Fourth Avenue’s favorite improv troupe have a few reasons to celebrate this weekend. And what’s the perfect way to celebrate? With some laughs, and a glass of wine and a beer (or two).
Earlier this year, Tucson Improv Movement (TIM) found a new home on the Avenue. They now enjoy a bigger space, have a private green room, and as of this weekend – a bar selling wine & beer that guests can enjoy before, during and after the show.
In addition to celebrating their new bar, the crew will be celebrating their 200th performance of their signature show, Soap Box. It took over four years of performances to hit that number and the team will be bringing in special guests to help them ring in the big 200. Don’t miss the performance this Friday, May 25 at 9 p.m.
The following night, TIM has another Anniversary show. This time it’s their popular Game Show format. At 7:30 p.m., Unscrewed Theater’s Michael Vietinghoff will face off against TIM’s Justin Lukasewicz! If you’ve never been to a TIM performance, stick around for the 9 p.m. show on Saturday, a mix-up show of all things TIM including short and long-form improv, sketch comedy, and stand up.
It’s not really a party without weekend deals and specials. All weekend long, TIM is hosting raffles with items from local businesses. All TIM and festival shirts will be on sale for $5, and there will be an announcement of TCAF and CFCF headliners.
Help TIM celebrate and have a laugh this weekend. It’s good for the soul!
For more information about Tucson Improv Movement, visit: fourthavenue.org/tucson-improv-movement.